The Opus College of Engineering and Marmon Holdings are seeking students who want to find solutions to real-world problems through an Innovate-o-Thon Sept. 29-30. The event allows teams of engineering peers to solve an engineering challenge from one of its businesses. The teams then have 18 hours to develop a winning solution. Each team is allowed 10 minutes to present its innovation to Marmon executives.
Who can participate?
This event is open to all Marquette undergraduate engineering students. The competition will be completed in teams of up to six students.
How to participate?
Space is limited, so please submit your team information online to reserve a spot. Individual sign-ups are also accepted – event organizers will aim to place you within a team for the event.
It’s a chance to solve a real business challenge, have fun with your peers and seize the opportunity to showcase your skills and potential to a major employer!
Friday, Sept. 22: Application deadline – Take a few minutes to submit your team information to reserve a spot.
Friday, Sept. 29: Innovate-o-Thon begins at 5 p.m. in Engineering Hall
Saturday, Sept. 30: Innovate-o-Thon concludes at noon with presentations to Marmon in Engineering Hall
About our sponsor partner, Marmon Holdings Inc. – Marmon Engineers Solutions to the World’s Greatest Needs
Marmon Holdings Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway company, is a global industrial organization comprising 11 diverse business sectors and more than 100 autonomous manufacturing and services companies, such as NetJets, BNSF Railway, Duracell, Benjamin Moore, Berkshire Hathaway Energy and Johns Manville. With over 100+ companies, 400+ facilities, 20,000+ employees and $10 billion in annual revenue, Marmon Holdings Inc. is the biggest company in Chicago you have never heard of.